An observation tower circa 1897Standing at 86ft high, apparently you can sometimes see the Welsh Hills from it on a very clear day.
in the county of Lancashire(4.2 miles, 6.8 km, direction NE)
This is a large, typical Lancashire village lying close to the urban sprawl of Blackburn and Accrington...
in the county of Lancashire(5.5 miles, 8.9 km, direction NW)
It was here that James I created "Sirloin" when he supposedly knighted his beef!..
in the county of Greater Manchester(6.5 miles, 10.5 km, direction SE)
The countryside surrounding the town offers lakes, woods and hills, with distant Winter Hill rising to a height of 456 feet...
in the county of Lancashire(7.5 miles, 12.0 km, direction W)
The town's historic roots go back beyond the Bronze-Age, as evidenced by findings in the 20th century...
in the county of Lancashire(8.3 miles, 13.3 km, direction S)
The clogs and black smoke image of Bolton has long since gone, in its place is a fine city with beautiful buildings and a diverse range of attractions sufficient to satisfy the most demanding tourist...All towns in Lancashire
The name of this spacious green park situated at Darwen in Lancashire epitomises the endeavour of the local borough engineer who.....